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Recognition of Man: The Renaissance


Published 1968


Shows that the main Renaissance contribution to Western culture was the recognition of the individual in life and art. Explains that one of the most significant creations of the Renaissance was portraiture, a new category of art which reveals man's developing awareness of his active destiny in life. Surveys portraiture from the 13th through 16th centuries, including Flemish, Italian, and German painters such as Titian, Michelangelo, Leonardo, and Durer. For more on director Johanna Alemann, visit http://www.afana.org/alemann.htm


Run time 16:57
Producer Johanna Alemann
Production Company Alemann Films
Sponsor Johanna Alemann bequest to the Academic Film Archive of North America
Audio/Visual sound, color

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